Available Terms 1,2
These courses are designed as a compliment
to classes attended at secondary school.
They provide a diversification and
broadening of the language in an
Teachers focus on
interests and topics relevant to the
participants as well as the requirements of
The Alliance Française Dublin employs and trains the best native
French teachers in Ireland. They all are qualified experienced
in teenager classes.
is also available.
/ 1st YEAR
This course is designed for 11 to 13 year
olds who are in their 1st year of French at
secondary school. It will help them acquire
the basics of the language.
This course is designed for 12 to 14 year
olds who are in their 2nd year of French at
secondary school. Students will improve
their communication skills and develop their
awareness of French culture.
3rd YEAR: Preparation
to Junior Certificate
- This class is specifically designed for students who
are preparing for the Junior Certificate examination.
Particular attention will be paid to aural and written
comprehension to meet the requirements of the Junior
- Students who are in third year in school also have the
option to take a general French class which will focus
on their actual needs in French, rather than
specifically targeting the Junior Cert syllabus.
/ 4th YEAR
In this class, Transition Year students will
work on a variety of projects and activities
which interest them, using modern
This course is designed solely for students
in 5th Year at Secondary School. They will
deepen their knowledge of aural and oral
French through various activities especially
adapted to this age group. Reading and
writing techniques will also be developed,
as well as their knowledge of French
Preparation to the Leaving Certificate
This course is especially designed for
students in their final year at school
preparing for the Leaving Certificate
examination. Particular attention will be
paid to oral and aural French to meet the
requirements of the syllabus and students
will be encouraged to undertake projects to
improve their written skills.
Where a textbook is required, details will
be given on the first day of the course.
Most materials will be provided by the
teachers. Maximum number of students per
class is 15.